The mission of F3 is to plant, grow and serve small workout groups for the invigoration of male community leadership.
Conditions: 45 degrees
COP: SSH x 25 IC, Imperial Walkers x15 IC, Monkey Humpers x 15 IC, LBAC x 10 IC (forward and backwards), Mountain Climbers x 15 IC
Mosey to pick up one block and two bricks per man.
Overhead claps x 20, Squats with block x 20, American Hammer with bricks x 15 IC. Mosey around the loop.
Curls for the Girls with the block x 20, Toe Taps on the block x 20 IC, Bent Over Rows x 20, Big Boy Sit-Ups with the block x 20. 10 Brickees OYO.
Bent Over Tricep Extensions x 20 with the bricks, Calf Raises x 60, Dammits x 15, Iron Crosses x 10, Side Straddle Hop with the bricks. Mosey around the loop.
Return blocks and bricks
Split into one group of three and one group of four. The PAX of four execute BTW while the PAX of three execute 10 Merkins holding the down position on # 10. It was a contest to see which group would have someone give up first. The groups reversed roles and competed again. Both times, a man on the wall failed first.
Mary: Indian sit-ups x 20, WWI Sit-Ups x 20, Pickle Pounders x 15 IC, Captain Thor x 5
Numberama, Namerama, Announcements, Pledge, COT
Devo: Shared this with the men of Seismic earlier this week, and figured I would also share with a different audience. Asa Jennings was a failed minister in the early 1920’s. He was a bit of an afterthought, and not highly regarded. Yet through his efforts, he saved over 1.2 million from genocide in Turkey. You can read about here: http://www.unc.edu/depts/diplomat/item/2010/0103/comm/jennings_oneman.html.
David was also a man of little regard. In fact, when God sent the prophet Samuel to his father’s home to anoint Israel’s future king, David’s father Jesse didn’t even bother to call him in from the fields where he was watching his father’s flock. Of course, God chose David because God looks at the heart.
Just like David, God did great things through Asa regardless of how men saw him. God can do great things through all of when he chooses to if we are willing and obedient.
Moleskin: It had been several weeks since YHC made it out to Tectonic and it was great to be back. As we picked up our coupons for the day I noted that the blocks seemed especially heavy. Cold Cut did not hesitate to remind me in so many words (paraphrasing), “This is Tectonic. What did you expect?” I love the attitude, but I still don’t love the blocks.